This week’s list of most and least expensive properties on the Upper East Side comes from information through StreetEasy.
At the top of the most expensive list this week sits this incredible townhouse at 32 East 74th Street called the Raymond C. Kramer House. Built in 1934 and designed by William Edmond Lescaze, this 6,800 square foot home offers the potential of six bedrooms, five baths, one half bath, and four floors. The top floor has 13 foot ceilings and both front and rear walls on most levels have 20 foot horizontal windows. A southern terrace graces the top floor as well. Glass is the theme of this home with various styles of clear, diffused, ripples, and bricks of glass creating color and design which is unique to this particular designer. Listed at Joanna Cutler Real Estate by Joanna Cutler for the asking price of $19,500,000.
Next on the high end list of properties this week comes this Lenox Hill townhouse at 27 East 61st Street. With 8,138 square feet, this brand new development is in an ideal location with two private residential floors, two commercial floors, and the Geisha restaurant which is a sophisticated Asian fusion establishment. Floor to ceiling front facing windows, Juliette balconies, and collapsing windows for open air offer incredible views of Madison Avenue and East 61st Street. Basement in the building will be maintained by the Geisha Restaurant. Listed at RP Miller & Associates by Reba Miller for the asking price $18,500,000.
An exquisite full floor residence is available at 760 Park Avenue. This third floor co-op boasts renovated pre-war style with lofty ceilings, huge windows, and hardwood flooring. Five bedrooms, four baths, one half bath, enormous living room with fireplace, formal dining room, media room, and top-of-the-line eat in kitchen. Private chambers are found in the southern wing including a master suite with fireplace and dressing room, private corridor, and a cedar lined closet. This neo-Renaissance style building is a white-glove co-op with doorman, elevator, and storage available. Real estate listing by John Burger at Brown Harris Stevens for $17,500,000 asking price.
This lovely studio located on a quiet tree-lined street is a second floor walkup at 340 East 83rd Street. South facing unit boasts wood floors throughout, separate sleeping area with French doors, track lighting in the living room, and air conditioning through the wall. Generous closet space, incredible kitchen area with stainless steel appliances, and granite countertops. This Yorkville building has five stories and was built in 1920. Listed by Michael Park at Keller Williams NYC for the asking price of $279,000.
This attractive studio apartment is located at 330 East 83rd Street. Two windows in the living room, cute kitchen area, murphy bed, and closet space. On the third floor, this unit is in a building with live in management, laundry, storage room, and elevator. Property is listed by owner for $285,000 asking price.
Bright and light-soaked, this charming 400 square foot apartment is situated at 10 East End Avenue #9G. An open layout, closet space, parquet floors, and renovated windowed kitchen are all part of the livability of this space. Building has a roof deck, garage, extra storage, 24 hour doorman, bike room, and live in management. This Douglas Elliman listing is offered by Jordan Hoch for the asking price of $320,000.